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Adding session times onto the chart



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On 14/12/2020 at 10:50, dyal11 said:


Would it be possible to add the opening and closing times of the London and New York session times onto my trading chart, if so can you please advise how to do this. 

Thank you for the help


We're looking to potentially add a clock showing the openings/ closing times of the share exchanges. I will also put this idea forward to our team and see which they prefer. 


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